Lauren Scala WNBC Bio, Age, Height, Weight Married, Salary, and Net Worth

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The Mineola, New York native Lauren Scala, is a well-known television reporter currently working as a traffic reporter on WNBC’s Today in New York. Scala is also a features reporter on the station’s daily lifestyle show “New York Live.”


Scala was born in Mineola, New York on February 10, 1982. She is 38 years old as of 2020.

Height and Weight

  • Height – 5 feet and 5 inches.
  • Weight – 57 kg.


Unlike her career, Scala has managed to keep her love life away from the limelight making it difficult to know whether she is married, engaged or dating. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Salary and Net Worth

Scala receives an annual salary of $1 million. She has been able to accumulate an estimated net worth of around $ 2million U.S dollars. Her career as a reporter is the primary source of her income.


Scala went to Mineola High School and later went on to join Fordham University, where she graduated from. Before she began her on-air career, Scala was working at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and DreamWorks Pictures in movie studio publicity and events.

Time Out New York

Scala started her hosting career at Time Out New York On Demand. There, she was also an associate producer on several hundred New York City-based lifestyle video segments before the channel concluded.


Scala works at WNBC’s Today in New York as a traffic reporter and also features reporter for the station’s daily lifestyle show “New York Live.” Scala is also the host of a half-hour show called “In the Wings.” In the Wings, is a backstage guide to everything Broadway that appears on NBC NY Nonstop and is an East Coast Entertainment Correspondent for EPIX.

Previously, Scala hosted several other half-hour shows for NBC’s digital cable channel New York Nonstop. These shows included Don’t Miss This, a collaboration with Time Out New York Magazine. The other shows were “The Great American Health Challenge”, New York City’s first local fitness-themed reality competition show, and “Nonstop Sound,” a show about music in the big apple.

Scala hosted the official broadcast of the 52nd Annual New York Emmy Awards in 2009, which aired Thursday, April 9, 2009, on NYCTV, a division of NYC Media Group.